September 2019 - July 2020
25th February - Cross Country
A very well done to the 17 competitors who represented Eastlands Primary School at Heat 1 of the Rugby Schools Cross Country. Spare a thought for the Parent’s cars! Thank you to the staff, parents and supporters that came along to give encouragement and support. Also thank you to the children, your should all feel very proud. #ProperCrossCountry
22nd February - Nursery Places
Looking for a Nursery place for your child? Come and visit us on Thursday 26th March 5-6pm to ask any questions and take registration forms
22nd February - Help Needed!
28th January -Young Voices
This afternoon, some of our children are off to join other primary schools to take part in a Young Voices singing extravaganza! It is an amazing experience. Have a look at the photographs below.
We look forward to welcoming the children back to school on Tuesday 7th January 2020
Eastlands Primary School - The Lead Up To Christmas
19th December - Visit to Church
Thank you to Rev Sheila Bridge and St Peter and John Church for hosting our Nativity story this morning. What makes the morning extra special is overhearing the lovely conversations between our youngest and oldest children en route.
Thank you for the reply to our tweet... 'Awh! @eastlandsschool these pics are fab! We had a great time, thanks so much for coming. Beautifully behaved children and some awesome singing!'
19th December - Message from Our PSA
We received this today...
An amazing amount raised since September. A huge thank you to our PSA for all the hard work they put into raising funds for Eastlands children. We hope you all have a restful and happy break.
18th December - Christmas Jumper Day and Christmas Dinner
Winner winner Christmas dinner! The hall was buzzing at lunchtime, all in the spirit of Christmas dinner. Thank you to the catering team, the Midday Supervisors, the teachers and support staff for making the lunchtime extra special. Looking good in Christmas jumpers too. We raised an amazing £160.00 for Save the Children.
View our amazing singers and bell ringers here...https://www.eastlandsprimaryschool.co.uk/children-1/assemblies
17th December - Rock Steady
Our Eastlands Rock Steady bands rocked the hall this afternoon and they were amazing! You can check out clips on our assembly webpage. Well done to everyone involved. eastlandsprimaryschool.co.uk/children-1/ass
16th December - Last Week of Term
It is going to be a busy week. Christmas performances, including a cake sale. Christmas dinner, Christmas jumper day, walk to Church, singing at the care home and the end of term. More details on the newsletter. eastlandsprimaryschool.co.uk/news-5/newslet
13th December - Year 1 - Year 6 Christmas Trip
KS1 and KS2 had a great time at the production of Puss in Boots today. How cheeky / inventive / resourceful of Year 6 to bring a giant "Pick Me" sign to boost their chances of seeing their teacher take to the stage. True sportsmanship on display! Thank you to the staff and cast of the Belgrade Theatre. Also thank you to our coach drivers.
10th December - EYFS Trip
Early Years children were transported to the magical world of Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas at the Warwick Arts Centre this morning. It was a brilliant show with some amazing puppetry and live sound effects.Thank you to the staff and cast of the Warwick Arts Centre.
10th December - Christmas Preparations
Around school you can hear the sound of Christmas performance songs, music and scripts. Particularly catchy tunes in EYFS. Year 6 explored the meaning of Christingle in their RE lessons. They particularly enjoyed the practical part of their learning!
6th December - Pre-loved Uniform Sale.
Thank you to our PSA for organising a pre-loved uniform sale. A chance to plan for the future, replace lost items and help the planet. Good to see Christmas Jumpers being recycled too! All monies raised supports our children in school. Thank you to the school community for supporting this event.
3rd December - Supporting the Wider Community
Thank you to our community for the generous gift of 70 kg of food for Rugby Food Bank. Your donations make a big difference to others. Also thank you for your contribution to the Operation Christmas Child Appeal—we donated 27 shoe boxes full of gifts to make Christmas special for some children.
29th November - PSA Christmas Event
A big thank you to our Eastlands for organising a wonderful evening. It was very busy. Stalls, food and drink and the raffle were very popular. Great to see our Eastlands community come out to support the event. A wonderful way to start off the Christmas celebrations!
13th November - Kindness in Nursery
Nursery have been learning about kindness. To help them to understand people’s feelings they went around the school handing out a special heart note and some sweets. They said they saw other peoples faces with big smiles and that made them feel happy too. Kindness is very important! Well done Nursery.
12th November - Messages from our PSA
11th November - Rotary Club Presentation
Year 5 Elephants and Orangutans were delighted to receive their dictionaries from the Rotary Club of Rugby. We really appreciate their generosity in helping to promote a lifelong love of learning.
6th November - Anti Bullying Afternoon
In school next Tuesday we will be taking part in Anti Bullying learning. The theme for this year is 'Change Starts With Us.' Children are invited to wear odd socks for the day. We look forward to seeing them!
6th November - Remembrance Day
Today, Mrs Edwards led an assembly about remembrance day. Together as a school, we thought about our values of resilience, perseverance and showing empathy and understanding. Our Year 6 children will be selling poppies this week in school to help to raise money for the British Legion.
5th November - Sports Morning
Despite (or perhaps because of) the muddy conditions, Year 3 and Year 6 enjoyed their time at the Tag Rugby Festival hosted at St. Andrews Rugby Club Field this morning. Teeming rain not ideal for photos, but you get a sense of their commitment and camaraderie. Apologies for the muddy kit!
18th October - Support For Families
We have added some helpful information to our support for families webapge. https://www.eastlandsprimaryschool.co.uk/parents-carers/support-for-families
18th October- Wear it Pink
Today in school, we have the opportunity to wear pink and raise money for the Breast Cancer Now charity. Thank you to everyone as we raised a huge £164.66!
25th October - Supporting Our Environment
A huge thank you to the team from Xyleminc who came to work on our school allotment plot. We now have four raised beds for the children to plant in, great progress!
17th October - School Council
Our school council met again with Mrs Edwards today. They want to share their minutes from their meetings and they have added them to the website. Have a look. https://www.eastlandsprimaryschool.co.uk/school-community/pupil-leadership/school-council-2018-2019
October - Spooky Disco
Our PSA are organising a spooky disco for the children! We hope you will be their to support them and enjoy yourselves.
8th October - Operation Christmas Child
Today children will be bringing home a leaflet with information about Operation Christmas Child. Maybe you could pack a shoebox with small gifts such as a hairbrush. toothbrush, crayons or even hair clips for a child less fortunate. Find out more information here https://www.samaritans-purse.org.uk/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/what-goes-in-my-shoebox/
22nd September - House Teams
In school, each of our children are part of a house team. During lessons, assemblies, on the playground and around school they have the opportunity to earn house points. We now have Year 6 house captains and they have been introduced to the school during an assembly. Congratulations on your new role!
18th September - Harvest Appeal
For our harvest collection this year, we will be supporting the Rugby Foodbank Harvest Appeal. Please send your donations into school and we will display them by the main entrance. Many thanks for your support.
August 2019 - Summer Holidays
Although school is closed to the children, there has been a lot going on. Teachers have moved classrooms, new displays have been put up, there have been building works, our library has had a fresh bright makeover and there has been a lot of work in the school grounds. Mr Roberts has overseen everything, thank you Mr Roberts. Thank you to the PSA who have been in to help particularly in the library. Thank you to the staff, parents and children who helped out with the allotment. On August the 1st, a group of employees from Cemex came to Eastlands to lend a hand for the day. Thank you to Mr Townsend, one of our parents, for arranging this. What a difference a day can make. We are looking forward to sharing the changes with you in September.